Awaken to your inner spirit and discover a new found mental and physical tranquillity with the healing vibrations of tingsha chimes.
Tibetan tingsha (or Tibetan Cymbals) are small cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. They produce a clear, pure harmonic sound used for healing and consciousness transformation by stimulating energy fields and initiating the healing process through vibrations that touch every cell in our bodies.
Tingsha are traditionally used for singing, chanting, ritual offerings and ceromonies as well as to prepare for meditation, during healing ceremonies, space clearing and sound therapy treatment.
By striking one cymbal against the other they create a vivid, pure, cleansing sound which is used to focus the mind before and after meditation.
Tinghsas can also be struck and circled around each other, creating a resonant field for clearing space of negative energies (such as "hungry ghosts") and the healing and balancing of auric fields. They are also used in feng shui to close in the four corners of a room in order to open the energy field and bring about an opening in reality.
Material of Tingsha bells:
Each pair of exquisite Tingsha meditation bells are a traditional handicraft of Nepal and made from natural bronze and leather straps by Buddhist monks from Bhaktapur.
Size of Tingsha bells:
Bells of 6 cm x 2,5 cm x 8 cm linked by a string of 30 cm